Remote work has drastically changed the way associations use technology, creating new challenges for IT departments. Association tech experts offer some recommendations for boosting tech support for your remote team.
The Small Business Administration's "loan necessity" questionnaires seek information beyond what was required on PPP loan applications and may be biased against borrowers, according to ASAE and other business groups.
Celebrating turkey day remotely? A few associations have offered ways to transition the festivities to an online setting.
A new report from Classy finds that the pandemic is not putting a damper on charitable giving this year. Also: A Thanksgiving reminder that involves pizza.
2020 has been a lot. To escape burnout, execs need to learn how to set aside the day’s crises and make time for themselves.
Associations are beginning to announce event plans for next year, holding steady with virtual meetings at least for now, with hybrid conferences likely to follow. Confidence is high, but realistic. Here are some perspectives—and tips—for the transition to 2021.
While ASAE and the business community back legislation that would protect groups from business interruption losses resulting from future pandemics, opposition to the Pandemic Risk Insurance Act was evident during a November 19 hearing.
As virtual meetings become the new norm, more associations will need to Zoom strategic discussions. Here's how to make that process effective.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s a good time to express gratitude to association meeting teams who have done great work to keep conferences and other events moving along despite significant challenges.
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